UNED-UK's project team is working on the Stakeholder Toolkit for Women with the help and support of

1.The International Advisory Board

2.Organisations Giving Financial and In Kind Support


1. The International Advisory Board                                         [ Up ]

The International Advisory Board is a group of experienced and knowledgeable representatives of outstanding women's organisations and other NGOs from around the world. The members of the international advisory board and their organisations have been involved in preparing and implementing the Global Plans of Action mostly from before the Earth Summit in Rio in 1992. They lend their expertise to define what should be covered in the Stakeholder Toolkit for Women and how it should be designed to make the information easily accessible, understandable and inspiring.

Currently, the following people are members of the international advisory board:

Amina Adam
United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women

Felix Dodds
UNED Forum

Bani Dugal
The Baha'i International Community

Rosemary Kalapurakal
formerly with the United Nations Development Programme / Gender in Development Programme

Jan Peterson
Women, Homes, and Community Super Coalition and Huairou Commission

Sunetra Puri
Communications Expert with the World Bank Institute 


2. Financial and In Kind Support                                               [ Up ]

We thank the following organisations for their generous support:

United Nations Environment Programme, European Regional Office

The Ford Foundation, Governance and Civil Society / Peace and Social Justice Programme

The Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning, and the Environment of the Netherlands
The Ministry is supporting UNED-UKs Stakeholder Toolkits Project as a whole, contributing to the necessary hardware, software development, research and designing which is being done for all the Toolkits UNED-UK is planning to develop to service different stakeholder groups.

The Rockefeller Foundation, Global Environment Programme
The Rockefeller Foundation is supporting a preparatory survey for the Stakeholder Toolkit for Women.

JUR-Online, based in Saarbruecken, Germany, is the internet service provider hosting to the Stakeholder Toolkit for Women. Part of the hosting, technical support and invaluable expert advice regarding building and managing the web-site is given to the project in kind.


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